The Fab Five aren’t that tight apparently.
Karamo Brown revealed that Antoni Porowski excluded three of his fellow “Queer Eye” co-stars from his bachelor party.
Speaking to Andy Cohen during Thursday’s episode of “Radio Andy,” Brown explained that he, as well as Bobby Berk and Jonathan Van Ness, were “not invited.”
“The shade of it all!” he exclaimed when Cohen expressed his disbelief. “Just Tan [France] was invited.”
“Listen, I’m all about being real and being upfront. We weren’t invited,” he continued before noting that he didn’t know who else had gone on the trip.
“Here’s the thing, when it comes to family things like that — family things, weddings — it costs money so I don’t take offense to it.”
Karamo, 42, went on to explain that he would “assume” the Fab Five would be invited to the wedding “but if we were not, I would be OK.”
However, when Cohen argued that a bachelor party was not the same as a wedding, Brown admitted that if he was throwing one, Porowski would also be left off the guest list.
“First of all, I drink,” the “Real World” alum explained. “I’m doing a ‘shroom, I’m having a good time and he’s not. He’s sober, so, ‘I’m not going to invite you, girl, so you’ll be sitting in the corner sober.’ So again, no shade.”
Just a day before, Berk, 42, also made an appearance on “Radio Andy” where he hinted that the entire group had been invited but they “couldn’t make it.”
“He said it nicer,” Cohen, 55, told Brown.
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Earlier this week, Porowski shared a carousel of photos from his bachelor “glamping’ trip at Blackberry Mountain resort in Tennessee.
The guest list was small and exclusive and included only six guests, who enjoyed swimming, warming up to a cozy fire and hiking.
Joining in on the fun in the woods was France, Gigi Hadid, “Dear Evan Hansen” lyricist Benji Pasek, “Search Engine” host PJ Vogt, “Orange is the New Black” actress Reema Sampat and “Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets” actor Christian Coulson.